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NORTH COAST- Eureka police are searching for a man caught on surveillance footage stealing an urn from a North Coast cemetery. Also, community members gather at Humboldt State University to memorialize and honor a beloved priest. Plus, Humboldt County Board of Supervisors will discuss the counties mid-year budget review and the General Fund’s $2 million budget gap.

EUREKA- The Eureka Police Department is asking for your help in locating a man who they believe stole an urn from the Ocean View Cemetery in Eureka along with brass fixtures that the urn was placed inside of.
 
Officers confirm to News Channel 3 that on Tuesday, Feb. 4 around 3 p.m. a man walked into the building at the cemetery where the urn was kept....

NORTH COAST- Two hundred pounds of marijuana were seized from a home in a North Coast neighborhood, two were arrested but police are still searching for a third individual. Also, students gathered at Humboldt State University to celebrate Humboldt County History Day, we show you what kind of creative projects were on display. Plus, a grassroots effort offered early childhood educators a break...

EUREKA- College officials were notified by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges Friday that it has been removed from probation and all sanctions and that it’s accreditation has been reaffirmed.

CR president, Kathy Smith said, ”All CR employees and trustees worked as a team to achieve this important milestone. Everyone united over the past two years to make hard...

CARLOTTA- The Carlotta Volunteer Fire Department has been awarded a grant that has helped them to purchase a thermal imaging camera. The $5,235 grant was awarded to the department from George Petersen Insurance Agency and Fireman's Fund Insurance Company.

Fire Chief John Church said the camera will help volunteer firefighters save lives in the community. Church said the device helps...

EUREKA- The Eureka Police Department is investigating what caused the driver of a car to run into an apartment complex Thursday night. Investigators are waiting for test results to reveal if the driver was under the influence of drugs or alcohol or suffered from a seizure.

Eureka Police responded to the apartment at 1109 J Street and found the car's front end inside the apartment with...

FORTUNA- After two Fortuna High School Safe and Sober donation jars have been stolen a Eureka businessman is offering a $500 reward to the person that helps lead to the suspect's arrest. The suspect is captured on surveillance video taking the donation from a gas station's counter.

The suspect is believed to be the same person, both jars are estimated to have about $120.

David...

NORTH COAST- State Assemblymembers hosted a hearing to discuss North Coast water issues, California’s drought and the Assembly’s water bond proposal. 
 
"We are very different then the rest of the state and our water needs have more to do with the natural resources then they do with what comes out of the tap," said Assembly member Wesley Chesbro.
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